[Expert comment featured in CEO Today magazine, January 2021]
Dear CEO/Director, as well as focusing on the science of achievement through working exceptionally hard to maximise the value of your business, I implore you to focus on the art of fulfilment in your personal life in order to avoid burnout, stress and negativity.
[As featured in Woman’s Way magazine]
As a cultured woman who wishes to live well, you may already know that meditation, including the popular technique of mindfulness, can work wonders for your mind, body and soul. As such, here are eight films that can inspire, motivate and empower you to live more in the here and now.
[As featured in The Irish Sun newspaper]
Movies entertain us – they make us laugh, they make us cry, they even inspire us to get up and go for a run as I found out after watching Tron: Legacy, but did you know that they can also inspire you to change your life?
[As featured in AMBA’s Ambition magazine]
Before COVID-19 Hollywood produced 365 films a year on average and Bollywood 1,000 films a year, not to mention Lollywood (the film industry of Pakistan), Nollywood (Nigeria), Trolleywood (Tesco’s straight-to-shelf film arm), and so on and so forth.
[As featured in Authority Magazine, an American publication that features leaders in the fields of self-improvement, film, business, technology, sport, etc.]
As a part of my series about “Learning To Finally Love Yourself” I had the pleasure to interview Dawud Gurevitch, Life Coach, Personal Trainer and practical psychology Author.
[As featured in Red Online magazine]
Beat lockdown blues through the life-changing power of film. Whether it’s an old classic like It’s a Wonderful Life, a contemporary adventure like Eat Pray Love, an indie like Peaceful Warrior, or a documentary like Tony Robbins
[As featured in Female First magazine]
Movies can entertain us in lockdown, but they can also inspire or strengthen personal qualities in us that will help to brighten our lives.